Moving your analytics to the Cloud

Learning from early adopters: 8 best practices 

Duration: 45 minutes

About the webinar

While the cloud has been around for a while, the adoption of analytics in the cloud has only recently begun. This webinar will discuss the main reasons for organizations to adopt a cloud-based architecture for running different types of analytical workloads. From several customer engagements we have derived a series of best practices ranging from cloud strategies, new IT and business collaboration paradigms as well as what should happen to your good old ETL.

What you'll learn:

  • There is more than technology to think about.
  • Analytics is not the first workload that is moved to the cloud.
  • (on)Sense of Hybrid clouds for Big Data and Analytics.

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About the Expert

Mathias Coopmans
EMEA Cloud & Architecture leader, SAS

Mathias Coopmans has been with SAS for more than 20 years. He has held many different roles, but his work has always been in customer-facing positions, including consulting, training and presales. He derives his inspiration and drive from learning how clients gain value and benefit from combining and analysing their data. He is often amazed by the creative ways in which this is approached.

Mathias combines business curiosity with technical skills. He is passionate about helping companies across Europe create value from their cloud analytics initiatives. He is fascinated by the way data and analytics affect everyday life, and often speaks on this subject in public seminars. 

At SAS Mathias works in the Global Technology Practice where he is responsible for the EMEA Cloud & Architecture team. Before that he was part of the SAS South West Europe Center of Excellence, with a focus on driving Hadoop integration projects and Internet of Things initiatives with streaming analytics.

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